SKATERS: Manhattan

By | February 26, 2014

SKATERS: Manhattan
Hailing from the suburbs of Boston, frontman/principal songwriter Michael Ian Cummings and drummer Noah Rubin initially attempted to launch their music careers out of Portland, Ore. (and then later in southern California) in the folk-rock group the …
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Remembering Kelly Holland from his Cry of Love prime
Cry of Love was one of 1993's most successful new acts on rock radio. The band's label, Columbia/Sony, is putting lots of money and effort into breaking the group. The company has paid to release three singles and videos from “Brother,” the band's …
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Smokin considers itself the ultimate tribute band
Yes, Smokin sounds that much like every great arena rock band. From Boston to Journey and Guns N' Roses to Whitesnake, the five-piece outfit sounds like every great rock band you've ever wanted to see. After a hiatus of several years, Smokin is …
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